The new Master chaired his first Master and Wardens' Committee today and his first task was to bring three new Freemen into the Company. They were:
Ben Randall - Managing Director, eCanvas Ltd
Craig Young - Director, Young's Media Productions and
Kyle Young - Graphic Designer, Clarion Events
In the photo you can see from L-R, Ben, Craig and Kyle.
It was good to have such a young cohort go through and to have brothers, Craig and Kyle, join Uncle Paul Phelan in the membership.
Stationers' Hall welcomed the Sheriffs and their mounts to the courtyard on 10 July 2019. Accompanied by mounted police, members of the Honorable Artillery Company and a whole army of bucket-toting
Liveryman Robert McClements has issued an invitation to Members to join him, the Master and Charles Jarrold Chief Executive of the BPIF to celebrate creative, digital and Print industry success in Yorkshire on 1 August 2019. For details of how to accept this invitation, location and timings please log in to the Members Only area of this website and RSVP via the Notice Board
As you can see from the photo, on Monday 8 July, the Court Room shone and glittered for the Young Stationers’ Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation. It was a great occasion and thanks go to the YS Committee and the panel of judges for their work in the run up to the event. Four awards were made to
Common Hall took place yesterday afternoon, 2 July 2019, and members of the Company heard a report from the outgoing Master on the Company’s year in general and from Committee Chairmen about action and progress in their areas of specific responsibility. Members can read those committee reports by logging in to the Members Only area of this website and then clicking here.
On 2 July 2019 one of the Master’s last tasks of the year before installing the new Under Warden, Upper Warden and Master was to present Liveryman Andrea Cameron with an armada dish to mark the end of her magnificent 14 years’ service as Honorary Librarian and as a tangible sign of the Company’s gratitude
Apprentice19 starts today at Guildhall and it is great to know that individual Stationers are there supporting Past Master Helen Esmonde, Chairman of the Education Committee, who has been instrumental in organising the event and indeed to see that Corporate Member Pearson who are great advocates of apprenticeships are there too. One of the people on their stand is Freeman Ned Coomes,